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scouts of america. how much the organization will pay to have a sex abuse victim compensated. >>> new information about the principal killed in his maryland home. why police are narrowing their investigation. >>> making the most of their picks, the ravens bolster their defense in the nfl draft. details on the new additions when eyewitness ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> welcome back to eyewitness news saturday morning. i'm andrea preak an -- fujii in for gigi barnett. >>> i'm tim williams. bottom of the hour a dry start to your saturday. anything you're doing outside do early. earlier is better. we have a storm system moving into the area. very little movement for the most part in the trees. the winds have been calm, the air dry. we have rain to our south and west and it's moving in this direction. we will see sun early and then the clouds thicken. rain moves in and we'll have it with us for the better part of the next four days. your forecast, 62 today, mostly cloudy rain in the afternoon. tonight 49 degrees with periods of rain. tomorrow with a chance of thunderstorms or showers around, a cou
to keep america's skies safe. they're using a list of characteristics provided by the agencies to snag the terrorists before they board the planes. they'll search for the names on the no fly list burk they'll look at descriptions and where they've traveled before. passengers from baltimore five it -- gave it mixed reviews. >> don't see a problem at all. >> i wish it was consistent and made a difference. >> reporter: the changes announced friday replace the current policy that's three months old. it singles out people from countries that are mostly muslim. the new rules apply to all travelers from any foreign destination. >> and it's a system that's more efficient and concentrated than the threat that we see it. >> reporter: the u.s. government has no authority to screen passengers and they offered to share intelligence. if foreign airlines don't want to follow the new guidelines, the american authorities can ban their aircrafts or fine them. >>> bwi was one of the first airports to adopt the full use of body scanning machines. >>> another change in airline policy is making an impact in
together. >> this is what america is all about. >> leaders say what they're looking forward to most is this new medication garden, it will be filled with new plants and flowers. community members say they appreciate the hard work knowing many of the volunteers are only serving for the volunteering of others. >> thank you for coming out to help. >> comcast presented them with a grant for $25,000. volunteers completed 550 community service projects across the country. >> turns to sports three weeks into the season, the orioles are 11 games back behind tampa bay. the birds trying to change it. o's starter, he was locked in allowing only one run in 6 2/3 innings before the wheels came off. baltimore scores 3 in the ninth but was not enough. 7-4 was the final. the orioles road trip in boston wraps up this afternoon. you can see the birds at 1:30 live here on wjz 13. they play the most exciting losing baseball of any team of the league. >> again, just one point. >> just one. >> what's also close, some stormy weather. we're watching some very horrible tornadoes and life- threatening
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in america? i'll tell you why the neighbors of the man who owns this house believe that's why he is locked up in prison. that's coming ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> anger in waverly this morning as residence complain one of their neighbors is being wrongly jailed. >>> suzanne collins, explains it started months ago with a business dispute. >> reporter: the owner of this house has been in state prison since january, serving a nine month sentence. friends and neighbors have collected mail, they've walked his dog and dumbfounded to learn in letters from the carpenter from behind bars that it's all over a $15,000 civil judgment that he hasn't paid to a dissatisfied customer. >> it's a ridiculous reason for someone to be in prison. and this man's life is being under mind. >> i felt this can't be right. rick is not that kind of person who would go to prison. he's like the kind of neighbor everyone wants on their block. i mean, when he is cleaning the curb, he cleans everyone's curb. >> reporter: neighbors say it reminds them of debtor's prisons in the early 1800s when people were jailed for not paying money
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